Monthly Archives: January 2014

Three News Items From Kaplan

College Board delays launch of SAT Redesigned SAT Scheduled for 2016 Rollout – New Test Will Impact Class of 2017. Understand all the details at Kaplan’s SAT Test Change Resource Center. What College Admissions Officers Say On… (PDF) Standardized testing … Continue reading

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Liberal Arts Grads Win Long-Term

From Inside Higher Ed: Liberal arts majors may start off slower than others when it comes to the postgraduate career path, but they close much of the salary and unemployment gap over time, a new report shows. By their mid-50s, … Continue reading

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FAFSA Completion Nights at the YMCA

January 1st marked not only the beginning of a new year but also the opportunity for our students to complete one more step on their road to college. Every January 1st the Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA) becomes available … Continue reading

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White House Convenes Summit on Helping Low-Income College Students

From Inside Higher Ed: President Obama and his administration have spent much of the past year pressing colleges to control their prices and contemplating new ways to hold them accountable, much to the consternation of campus leaders. On Thursday, though, … Continue reading

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Who Defines Merit?

From Inside Higher Ed: As college presidents went to the White House Thursday to talk about new efforts to attract more low-income students to higher education, admissions leaders gathered here and talked about how they define merit. Who is admitted? … Continue reading

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The 10 Snowiest College Campuses (Sort of)

From Inside Higher Ed: With a blizzard sweeping the East, AccuWeather.com released a list of the “10 snowiest colleges in the U.S.,” and loyal alumni of those institutions started boasting about the rankings. Click here for the full list!

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Free CUNY Assessment Test prep classes, enrolling now!

From Project Reach Youth: My name is Jerome Furman and I Coordinator of College Programs here at Project Reach Youth. I am currently emailing all of you to inform you about our CUNY Assessment Test prep classes we are offering … Continue reading

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